Wrexham Bus Station provides extensive links to surrounding suburbs and nearby towns and cities. The Bus Station, situated on King Street in the heart of Wrexham was revamped in 2004 and now boasts a number of shops, including a Newsagent’s and Chinese Buffet.
Arriva are the main bus operator, along with GHA Coaches, D Jones & Son and National Express. Buses to Chester run frequently from Wrexham Bus Station, along with services to Llangollen, Mold, and Connah’s Quay amongst many other locations.
For timetable information please click on the relevant links to go through to the information from the Wrexham Council website:-
Buses to Broughton/Connah’s Quay - for buses from Wrexham to Broughton/Connah’s Quay
Buses to Caia Park - for buses from Wrexham to Caia Park
Buses to Chester - for buses from Wrexham to Chester
Buses to Llangollen - for buses from Wrexham to Llangollen
Buses to Llay - for buses from Wrexham to Llay
Buses to Minera - for buses from Wrexham to Minera
Buses to Mold - for buses from Wrexham to Mold
Buses to Oswestry - for buses from Wrexham to Oswestry
Buses to Penycae - for buses from Wrexham to Penycae
Buses to Ruabon - for buses from Wrexham to Ruabon
If you’d like us to add any routes please let us know using the comments box below…
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